The pulp magazines of the early to mid 20th Century are often "politically incorrect" by modern standards. However, the "Spicy" magazines — Spicy-Adventure Stories, Spicy Mystery, Spicy Western, etc. — were politically incorrect by their own contemporary standards as well.
With the occasional passing glimpse of a creamy-smooth thigh (or other... [click here for more]
The Stephen Vincent Benét MEGAPACK™ collects 22 tales (fantasy, horror, mainstream, mystery) by the acclaimed author of "John Brown’s Body" (1928), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1929. Benét’s best known short stories include “The Devil and Daniel Webster” (1936) and “By the Waters of Babylon” (1937).
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This new collection from the pen of H. Bedford-Jones presents five of his most exciting works from the pulp magazines of the early 20th Century, four novelets and one short story.
Included are "The House of Skulls," "Written in Red," "Yellow Intrigue," "Down the Coast of Barbary," and "Skulls."
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